Neuro-Ophthalmology & Visual Neuroscience
ISSN (Print): 2572-7257 ISSN (Online): 2572-7281 Website: Editor-in-chief: Carlo Aleci
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Aims and Scope

Neuro-Ophthalmology & Visual Neuroscience is neuro-ophtalmology (included glaucoma and vision-related neurological diseases), visual neuroscience and visual psychophysics. The aim is to encourage exchange of opinions within an interdisciplinary frame. Topics should involve neuro-ophthalmology, neurology and neuropsychology related to vision and visual pathologies, as well as the physiology and pathology of vision perception in its broadest sense. The general scope of the journal is to provide a link between clinical research in neuro-ophthalmology and basic research in neuroscience related to visual perception, in order to foster the application and introduction of new concepts related to experimental visual neuroscience in the clinical practice. The journal would publish original basic and applied research articles, reviews, meta-analyses, pilot studies, letters, technical reports on new diagnostic and rehabilitative techniques as well as clinical case reports. The accepted papers should be methodologically sound and should report novel and intriguing findings as well as simple confirmations of previous surveys.
Subject areas include, but are not limited to the following fields:
  • Adenoma
  • Alzheimer'S Disease
  • Amblyopia
  • Autism
  • Cerebral Visual Impairment
  • Crowding
  • Demyelinating Diseases
  • Dysgraphia
  • Dyslexia
  • Dyspraxia
  • Eye
  • Fixations
  • Glaucoma
  • Hemianopia
  • Hyperacuity
  • Metamorphopsia
  • Motion Perception
  • Multiple Sclerosis
  • Neuro-Ophthalmology
  • Ocular Dominance
  • Ocular Movements
  • Ophthalmology
  • Optic Nerve
  • Parkinson'S Disease
  • Perception
  • Perimetry
  • Psychometric Function
  • Retina
  • Saccades
  • Scotoma
  • Shape Perception
  • Stereopsis
  • Striate Cortex
  • Stroke
  • Vision
  • Visual Field
  • Visual Psychophysics
  • Visual Rehabilitation
  • Visual Training